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Friday, June 05, 2009

President Obama's Speech in Cairo!



The fault finders of this speech, are either not good English students or deliberately deaf. The speech sets a bench mark for reassessment of the relationship West and Islamic states and argues for the necessity of genuine dialogue.
Reply Favorite Flag as abusive Posted 06:33 PM on 06/04/2009
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It isn't that they don't hear, they are simply tone deaf...all they can respond to is fear and hate mongering. To them the voice of reason is akin to nails scraping a chalkboard, it simply isn't tolerable in their world.
Reply Favorite Flag as abusive Posted 07:59 PM on 06/04/2009
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I am proud of my President !
Reply Favorite Flag as abusive Posted 06:23 PM on 06/04/2009
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i'm proud of your president too! lol
Reply Favorite Flag as abusive Posted 06:41 PM on 06/04/2009
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My heart soars for the 'heartsong' our President had the courage and the compassion he so beautifully expressed. After so many years of self serving Presidents from Reagan on.........to the stupidest bully of the last 8 years that almost brought this Country down. The principals of self examination, contempt prior to investigation and to be true to thy self brought me to tears. To learn to accept differences of other Countries and other peoples is behavior of a secure, God fearing human being and truly a spiritual path that will heal our World.

I am so proud of this man. He listens. He demonstrates he can be trusted. I will stay informed and I write to him often my opinion. Why? Because one person matters....when we join together, not because we are alike but because we have a common goal: World peace, acceptance of all peoples and to practice principals over personalities.

I am so very proud and it is the first time since I was 16 and protested the
Vietnam War. Peoples of America? Let's follow this great man's suggestions; embrace differences, learn about those who are different, learn to walk in acceptance instead of fear. Our Creator represents all peoples. All races.

Lost_souls_rembered? It's whomever comes to you mind and fills your heart. Reach out to someone different today. Take just one baby step. "You will come to know a new freedom and happiness. Fear of economic insecurity will leave us." ~BB
Reply Favorite Flag as abusive Posted 06:10 PM on 06/04/2009
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When's the last time you remember citizens of a Muslim country giving an American president a standing ovation and cheering USA! USA! USA! following a speech?

Blessed are the peacemakers, God bless you President Obama!

This can be a historic moment for all three great religions to come together in hopes of peace.

God Bless the United States of America for having the courage in electing Barack Obama!
Reply Favorite Flag as abusive Posted 06:08 PM on 06/04/2009
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I can't ever recall such a time, what does come to mind is a shoe being thrown when the previous "ruler" had control of the U.S.A and went to a predominant Muslim country. This is truly change the world can believe in, and it couldn't have come sooner.
Reply Favorite Flag as abusive Posted 08:02 PM on 06/04/2009
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Greaaaaat speech. Obama brings people together, in America and around the world.
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Reply Favorite Flag as abusive Posted 06:03 PM on 06/04/2009
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A wonderous blend. Always a happy surprise.
Reply Favorite Flag as abusive Posted 06:00 PM on 06/04/2009
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For the first time in a very long time, more than the shameful 8 years of Bush; Clintons too, have I felt pride, encouraged and safe with our President Obama. We were truly blessed to have collectively as a Nation elected this man. Throughout his message, you could feel the compassion, the all including of all peoples, the admonishment to stop holding others w/o inward reflection. I wept .........I truly wept for this moment I feel hope. I felt the Creator of mankind in my spirit move....God bless this planet, it's people and I pray we truly start practicing accepting differences in others, learning about those differences and respecting peoples of all races, religions and countries. God bless us all. I forgive you President Bush. You are just ignorant and stupid but I forgive you for the destruction you have brought upon this world. lost_souls_rembered? It's whomever comes to your mind and lives in your heart. peace
Reply Favorite Flag as abusive Posted 05:56 PM on 06/04/2009
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Polished butt kissin`
Reply Favorite Flag as abusive Posted 05:46 PM on 06/04/2009
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and could you find just ONE positive thing to say Michele? Just one or are you in need of the compassion that our President expressed? I accept you and our differences. Be safe and blessed. I pray for your enlightenment.
Reply Favorite Flag as abusive Posted 06:13 PM on 06/04/2009
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We Love 'em too :)
Reply Favorite Flag as abusive Posted 05:36 PM on 06/04/2009
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Wow!
One of the best speeches I've ever heard from a president.
The beauty of Obama is that he doesn't tell us we should be good people, he reminds us that we already are inherently good.
With a little bit of effort, we can make the world what we want it to be.
I appreciate the fact that he honestly lays blame for our ills where it should be.
On all of us.
Because it will take all of us to fix it.
Reply Favorite Flag as abusive Posted 05:34 PM on 06/04/2009
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Not the most earth-shattering speech, but that's a GOOD thing in my book. It was assertive yet humble, and exactly the tone I'd like to hear from a diplomatic world leader. Let us make sure that our deeds reflect our words.
Reply Favorite Flag as abusive Posted 05:32 PM on 06/04/2009
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Not earth shattering!?!
Think for a minute where he was and who he was addressing.
This man has a very large pair to get up there like that.
I can't name another person on this planet that could get up there under the circumstances and deliver that kind of speech.
Sorry, I just really disagree.
Reply Favorite Flag as abusive Posted 05:41 PM on 06/04/2009
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I agree that it was a beautiful and important speech. Perhaps I didn't express myself well -- what I meant was that this address *alone* isn't a panacea. The words must be backed with complimentary actions in order for it to make any lasting impact. I also meant to convey that it wasn't "earth-shattering" in the hyperbolic sense; in other words, I thought that it was humble and not inflammatory in any way.
Reply Favorite Flag as abusive Posted 06:12 PM on 06/04/2009
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There is another person in this planet's history who could make such a speech. His name was...

NEVILLE CHAMBERLAIN
Reply Favorite Flag as abusive Posted 07:44 PM on 06/04/2009
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I'm so proud that we finally have an intelligent, articulate President of the United States after enduring that last trainwreck.
Reply Favorite Flag as abusive Posted 05:14 PM on 06/04/2009
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President Obama did 200 times more to promote world peace in that 55 minutes than Bush/Cheney did in 8 years.
Reply Favorite Flag as abusive Posted 04:59 PM on 06/04/2009
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200 is a bit low.
How do measure it starting in negative numbers?
Reply Favorite Flag as abusive Posted 05:43 PM on 06/04/2009
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We are indeed fortunate to have elected an extremely intelligent, eloquent, and brave person to be our leader.

I believe President Obama's words will echo in history if his ideas are allowed to blossom in the minds and hearts of the international community.
Reply Favorite Flag as abusive Posted 04:59 PM on 06/04/2009
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proud to be an American...thank you Mr. President.

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